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How labor slowdowns at German, Dutch ports are leading to a pile-up of export containers bound for the U.S.

Labor slowdowns and strikes at German and Netherland ports are creating a massive pile-up of export containers bound for the U.S. that will take months to clear out. CNBC's Lori Ann LaRocco speaks with Andreas Braun, Europe, Middle East, and Africa ocean product director of Crane Worldwide Logistics about this congestion and how it will impact the U.S.

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